come up to me, really great, great people come up to me, and they said mr. trump, "i love you, but to take a person that's been here for 15 or 20 years and throw them and the family out, it's so i mean, i have it all the time! it's a very, very hard thing. >> seth: very, very hard thing. i thought it was softening. [ light laughter ] and let's also remember that on top of saying undocumented immigrants quote, "had to go," trump also repeatedly slammed president obama for signing an executive order that allowed undocumented immigrants known as dreamers to stay in the country, a policy trump called amnesty.
point you believe got through to mr. trump? anything you think he said that you can give us a preview? >> well, i mean, like i said, he was the one who brought up the issue and i think that what that signals is that he understands the importance of addressing this issue. and he was very clear that it has to be something that is is fair, that is humane and that is legal and this when he says fair, fair for everyone, right? everyone who stood in line for years to get into this country legally. everyone who suffers the consequences of an open border i think he understands how important this issue is for hispanics and that it needs to be address, he will be addressing it, what he'll say,
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course, let's begin with sunlen serfaty who joins me in washington on the trump camp. we know mr. trump has told fox news he wants a fair but firm immigration system. what does that mean? >> that's a good question, brooke. we have the same question, too. we await donald trump's definition of what "fair and firm" means because quite frankly right now there still are a lot of mixed messages coming from trump and his campaign. we heard him this morning on the defensive saying, look, i'm not flip-flopping on this, insisting he's not having a change in policy but then you have this
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